What was Velocity New York October 2018? It was four days devoted to web operations, distributed architectures, and systems engineering. It was a chaos engineering boot camp, a full day of instruction on Kubernetes-centered cloud computing, a set of in-depth tutorials on DevOps and SRE, and much more. Intense, illuminating, and comprehensive—speakers, tutorials, keynotes, and technical sessions—Velocity New York was packed with the information you need to make your systems fast, resilient, and secure. Get this video recording of Velocity and you can watch every presentation made at the conference at your own pace and on your own schedule.
- Cloud Computing Day with Kubernetes: warts-and-all talks about deploying and maintaining applications using Kubernetes led by Sebastien Goasguen (TriggerMesh), Arun Gupta (Amazon), Ria Bhatia (Microsoft), and others.
- Tutorials on topics such as Ansible for SRE teams, smart networking with service meshes, OpenTracing, chaos engineering, container monitoring, and more.
- Keynote addresses from luminaries such as Dave Rensin (Google), Anil Dash (Fog Creek Software), Laura Thomson (Mozilla), and more.
- Multiple sessions on distributed data and systems.
- Sessions on the intersection of DevOps and SRE including Google's Dave Rensin on how they train large enterprises to adopt SRE as an operations engineering model, and Jennifer Davis (RealSelf) on three critical roles operations must perform in serverless.
- Sessions on dealing with cloud systems engineering and architecture, including Aaron Blohowiak (Netflix) on the challenges of operating in multiple regions at scale at Netflix.
- Sessions on system monitoring, observability, and performance, including Idit Levine's (solo.io) exploration of debugging techniques via a service mesh, OpenTracing, and Squash.
- Sessions on microservices and containers where experts like Michael Hamrah (Namely) share best practices and lessons learned building, deploying, and securing a container-based architecture.
- Sessions on building secure systems from the ground up including Ian Coldwater (Jamf) on how to shore up Kubernetes security and Seth Vargo's (Google) key principles for securing microservices and distributed systems in a world where applications run in a cloud or hybrid cloud infrastructure.